Farragut High School boys lacrosse team recognized three of its student/athletes as Most Outstanding Players for 2020 — despite seeing limited action due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Garrett Howe, Class of 2020 midfielder/team captain
Having started playing lacrosse in sixth grade, Howe not only excelled on the field, but off the field. He graduated with many honors and accomplishments, and was selected to participate in the Honors Leadership Program at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. He plans to study business analytics and start his own business in the near future.
Class of 2020 attack/captain
With lots of self-determination and practice, Chapman went from zero points as FHS junior varsity freshman to scoring 26 goals with the Ads varsity his sophomore year, 24 his junior year (earning a place in the TSLA All-Star Game) and 14 goals in five games as a senior. He is committed to the lacrosse program at Limestone University in South Carolina.
Grant King, Class of 2021
King earned a starting position on the FHS team his freshman year, and has been a starter ever since. He is known as a dedicated team player who works hard to maintain academic success. King plans on attending college and playing lacrosse after his 2021 graduation, with his interest focused in business. He is attending showcases this summer.